Your loved one deserves a choice in how, where and with whom they want to live. Families should be allowed to create a housing model that emerges from the person, not the person fitting the model, thus getting the life they want, as we are all distinct. Our models may all be different. However, they do share a common thread, which is the lack of long-term sustainable funding in order to make these dreams a reality for our loved one. Home of Their Own, along with Catherine Fife – MPP Kitchener – Waterloo (NDP Finance Critic), have worked...read more
The Ontario Early Years Centres of Waterloo Region is hosting a Family Math facilitator training on Wednesday June 28th.
The school year may be ending, but our School-Issue Support Group isn’t!read more
Families are invited to come out and enjoy Playfit Kids Club in Cambridge on Friday, July 28th! This will be a private facility party with full use including play structure, pizza, snacks & drinks.
This event is open to children with ASD, their siblings and caregivers only.
There are still a few spots available! Contact Emily today to register firstname.lastname@example.org more
Camps on TRACKS is a free online training platform for summer camp staff to make camp a more inclusive place where ALL kids have fun and belong! http://www.campsontracks.com/read more
The CharterAbility accessible dock, used for Creek Cruises, is located off Water Street, Oakville, Ontario, under the Rebecca Street bridge, within the Oakville Harbour. They are located on the west side of Sixteen Mile Creek, to the south of the Oakville Power Boat Club, and opposite the Central Library and the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts.
In addition to the Boat Cruises, they do arrange occasional fishing trips on the river, and both BBQ’s and Picnics at the dock, or in Busby Park. Last season they completed more...read more
Are you a youth age 14-24 who is involved with KidsAbility or wants to be involved? You might be a client, former client, a volunteer, a student or someone who just loves KidsAbility!
Please stop by for a burger on KidsAbility.
Come to hang out, meet some new friends, and have fun!
Thursday, June 29th from 4:30-6:30 at KidsAbility Waterloo site
RSVP by June 28 2017read more
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Rock Climbing – Kitchener – June 17th
More spots are available for the rock climbing event in Kitchener. Children with ASD, and their siblings, all aged 10-18, are invited to come out and enjoy 2 hours of rock climbing at Grand River Rocks Climbing Gym! Registration is necessary. Details can be found here.
Family Swimming – Guelph – June 17th